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Help, please?


I just started to try to use a lens ball for photography, and I discovered that there's a HUGE learning curve. I would love to have you share your tips and tricks!





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28 comments:

  1. Sorry I couldn't say some about the lens. What I look forward, what you do with them. It's an adventure... isn't it 👏😘🙋‍♀️

    Have a good week. Stay healthy and well, dear Blogfriend.

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  2. Sorry Sue. I've not heard of that lens. But taking bird photos is difficult enough without complicating it further.

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  3. Well that is an interesting lens I have never tried that. It looks like a droplet of water with a picture or a snow globe. Thanks for hosting, have a great day!

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  4. I don't know anything about glass ball lenses but have gotten very close to a dew drop and seen the world upside down. Intriguing!

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  5. I haven't tried those yet but I've been meaning to.

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  6. Wish I had words of advice for your glass ball lens. They are cool tho! One of the leaders of a paranormal group I'm in used her glass ball for a photo and it was gorgeous! Didn't realize it turns the photo upside down? Hers were a reflection of snow covered trees in a lake...prob why I didn't realize it was upside down? or she turned the photo. Will have to to if I can find it. So it yours an actually lens or a glass ball? Of course, I've ordered a glass orb/ball. Now to just not set my house of fire! LOL
    *hugs*
    deb

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  7. I immediately Googled it and give you "my hats off" to your samples!! You are such an entrepreneur, you little devil!! I'm still working on my camera for crying out loud...jp

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  8. Who knew??!!But good for you all the same! Well done!

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  9. Looks cool! It's something I've never used before.

    Happy Tuesday, Sue!

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  10. Interesting pictures! They seem somehow mysterious ... ☺

    Have a fine week, Sue!

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  11. Such pretty spring shots! The orb is a fun prop for photography.

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  12. I have not used a glass ball lens before. Good that you are learning to use it and I am sure it will be great fun once you become familiar with it.

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  13. I have never used them, but it should be easy if you get on it for continuous couple of hours! Nice photos by the way :)

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  14. I am still learning myself. what I do is have someone hold it in a hand and I use zoom lens.

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    1. Thank you! I will try to enlist my husband!

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  15. I have never used it but I think that you did a great job and your pics look good. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

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  16. I got one for Christmas, Sue. I haven't used it a lot, but did take some snow photos over the winter. I've tried it using a telephoto lens, as well as my iPhone. I really like the result I got using the telephoto lens from a distance. Focusing on what is in the ball gives a really neat bokeh effect. I posted one on Instagram (not sure you are on there, but if you are, here's the photo: https://www.instagram.com/p/CK_6pBBnYV6/)

    Have fun learning as you go. I know I am! :)

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    1. That was a cool shot.I'll need to experiment some more! Thanks for the tips.

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  17. I don't own a lens ball, and have never used one, or been around someone using one. But they look like a lot of fun! I am sure you will have fun too! Enjoy your week, stay safe, and thankyou again for the link up.

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  18. I have no experience with such stuff, sorry. But because I am interested in this subject, I'll be back
    when I have something to say.
    What I can say, because I love effects, is that your images are fabulous!
    Happy WW and thank you for the linking!

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  19. I can't help you as I'm not this talented, but you've done some beautiful work here.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

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  20. Looking at your lensball pictures I would like to invite you to my Lensball LinkParty! It's a new party, I'm a beginner too.
    11i

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  21. I'm sorry, but I have no experience with such a lens!
    Happy Easter !

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  22. Your floral images are fabulous!

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